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Feed Enzymes Market Overview (2023 to 2033)

The global feed enzymes market size is estimated to account for US$ 1.2 billion in 2023 and is projected to reach US$ 1.8 billion by 2033. The market is expected to record a CAGR of 4.4% during the forecast period. The growing popularity of enzymes as ideal feed additives for promoting animal growth, enhancing digestion, and increasing immunity is a major factor behind the expansion of the feed enzymes market.

Enzymes are naturally occurring proteins that are created by the digestive process. However, the digestive systems of livestock such as poultry, horses, swine, sheep, and cattle are inefficient. Adding enzymes to feed is necessary to increase its quality. Feed enzymes not only aid in digestion, but also improve the nutrient content of the feed, which results in better energy and nutrient utilization.

They improve cattle performance by boosting and raising the animals' immunity. Feed enzymes also help to minimize environmental pollution by reducing waste, as well as feed management costs, by improving the digestive health of the animals.

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Feed Enzyme Adoption Rising Due to Demand for Digestive and Immunity Aid for Animals

The feed enzymes supplement the enzymes already produced by young animals with still-developing digestive tracts. Growing adoption of enzymes as feed additives to enhance the digestion process and to improve the immunity of animals will therefore continue to provide a strong thrust to the feed enzymes market during the forecast period

Overconsumption and Physiological Deterrents Pose Threat to Market Growth

The vast array of benefits that can be reaped through feed enzymes is limited by physiological factors impeding enzyme action. Moreover, feeding enzymes to livestock over the prescribed limits could have undesirable consequences. The level of the enzyme to be administered to an animal depends on various factors such as age, size, breed, and such. The same can only be determined by an experienced professional such as a veterinarian. Certain enzymes when consumed improperly can cause blood thinness, diarrhea, and vomiting in animals

The growth rates of the global market and its potential for future expansion are compared and evaluated by FMI every six months. Certain demographic and innovative elements of the market are dominant as a result of the subjective effects of macro- and industry-level variables.

In the upcoming years, the market for feed enzymes is anticipated to be driven by the increasing demand for food products made from animals and the rising concern over animal health. Additionally, a rise in demand for increased feed nutrient uptake is anticipated to enhance the market in the upcoming years. Additionally, it is projected that the market will be supported during the predicted period by considerable steps taken. These include efforts to enhance the quality of meat and egg production as well as the restriction on antibiotics in several locations.

The global Feed Enzymes Market expanded by 6% during 2022. However, not all areas have seen this rise equally; the developing markets have seen a rate of growth of 6.6 percent (H1 2022 Expected). As a result, there is a 66 BPS point difference between H1 2022's expected growth and actual growth.

For many countries around the world, particularly in North America and Europe, food safety has emerged as a top priority. Animals frequently stand amid their garbage and are constantly stressed, both of which compromise their immune systems and make them vulnerable to illnesses.

One of the quickest markets for feed enzymes has evolved in the Asia-Pacific region. Large populations of livestock and a spike in the proportion of feed mills are the main driving forces behind it.

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Rising demand in the Meat and Dairy Industry to facilitate the growth of feed enzymes

The global meat business is rising due to increased meat consumption, which is driving the feed enzymes market. Pigs and poultry were the most common animal categories in which feed enzymes were used. Feed enzymes help to enhance the growth rate and strengthen the immune system in pigs and poultry, which has demand around the world. The market has benefited from an increase in the number of farm animals as a result of increased demand for animal proteins.

Rising demand for meat products coupled with a growing focus on improving animal health is expected to create sales prospects for animal feed enzymes during the assessment period, which will eventually expand the global feed enzymes market. In the dairy sector, feed is one of the most significant cost drivers.

Dairy farmers will benefit from increased efficiency in converting feed into milk. Market players are developing feed enzymes to boost ruminant efficiency and milk production, which benefits dairy producers by lowering feed costs. Such feed enzymes are expected to acquire favor among dairy sector stakeholders. Similarly, increasing the adoption of enzymes in poultry feed will further generate growth prospects within the feed enzymes market in the forthcoming years.

Ban on Antibiotics as Growth Promoters Putting Feed Enzymes into the Spotlight

Antibiotics as growth boosters for animals continue to be a source of contention. Antibiotics have been used at therapeutic levels to help animals fight microbial illnesses and increase performance and productivity. However, there are still concerns about their harmful influence on the entire food chain. The use of antibiotics as growth promoters in animal feed has already been prohibited by the EU.

This has pushed farmers and breeders to seek out alternate ways for improving animal performance while minimizing environmental effects and preserving financial margins. Feed enzymes have a positive impact on animal nutritional intake, feed digestibility, and production capacity. In the recent past, the industry has shown a high level of acceptability for feed enzymes. The rising trend of using enzymes as feed additives in place of antibiotics will thus continue to act as a catalyst for the growth of the feed enzymes market.

Feed Enzymes Market:

Attributes Feed Enzymes Market
CAGR (2023 to 2033) 4.4%
Market Value (2033) US$ 1.8 billion
Growth Factor The increase in demand for digestive aids for animals, and its impact on improving the immunity of poultry animals
Opportunity Pharmaceutical research applications and growing demand for miniaturization
Key Trends Key players are heavily investing in product research and development to develop efficient variants that fit environmental norms

Food Enzymes Market:

Attributes Food Enzymes Market
CAGR (2023 to 2033) 6.5%
Market Value (2033) US$ 4.68 billion
Growth Factor Rising demand from baking, juicing, and brewing industries, increased consumer awareness of maintaining gut health, and rising consumer income
Opportunity New technologies such as enzyme engineering have created an opportunity to enhance production efficiency and expand the consumer base
Key Trends Due to increasing restrictions on chemical additives in developed markets, more are turning toward natural digestive aid alternatives

Industrial Enzymes Market:

Attributes Industrial Enzymes Market
CAGR (2023 to 2033) 6.5%
Market Value (2033) US$ 13 billion
Growth Factor Rapidly increasing utility of enzyme applications in food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics industries. High demand for enzymes triggered by stringent environmental regulations
Opportunity Rising demand for high-quality natural-tasting products in the food industry could carve out a lucrative market for industrial enzymes
Key Trends Industrial enzymes have emerged as an integral component of research and development pertaining to sweeteners and fat modifiers

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Demand for Pork in China Driving the Market for Feed Enzymes

The Surge in Pork Production and Consumption Pushing Sales of Feed Enzymes in China

China is considered one of the world's major consumers of feed enzymes. In the Asia Pacific region, China is also the major producer and consumer of pork. Because the feed ingredients contain undegradable toxic elements that obstruct the digestive process, swine can only digest around one-fourth of the diet they are fed. The addition of enzymes to feed boosts its nutritional value while also improving digestion efficiency. The big market for feed enzymes in the country is mostly due to the vast volume of pork produced.

With the African Swine Fever (ASF) outbreaks in China, pig herds shrank dramatically from 2019 to 20, negatively impacting the feed enzymes industry. However, with growing efforts towards herd replenishment, particularly in swine fever-affected areas, demand for products like feed enzymes is expected to rise at a significant pace during the forecast period.

Moreover, the rapid expansion of the poultry sector across the country along with the growing usage of enzymes in poultry feed will further accelerate the growth of the feed enzymes market in the forthcoming years.

During the forecast period, the Chinese market is projected to grow at a CAGR of 4.3% to attain a valuation of US$ 178.4 million by 2033.

Growing Dairy Sector in India Creating Sales Prospects for Feed Enzymes

Flourishing Diary Industry Creating Growth Prospects for Feed Enzymes in India

The Indian feed enzymes market is expected to grow rapidly throughout the forecast period, owing to the increasing use of enzymes in the fermentation of milk to make dairy products such as curd, yogurt, and cheese as well as in making fortified animal feeds. In the next years, India's booming dairy industry is expected to have a beneficial impact on enzyme demand.

One of the major reasons for the growth of India's dairy and feed enzymes industries is the presence of a huge population. India is characterized by an increase in the number of middle-class households and rising levels of income, which has resulted in changes in the population's dietary preferences, resulting in greater per capita intake of dairy and meat.

With a broader understanding of the importance of eating a protein-rich diet among the general public, the demand for nutritional products like meat and dairy will continue to rise across the country, thereby creating growth prospects for the feed enzymes market. Besides this, the easy availability of animal feed enzymes at an affordable rate is also favoring market growth and the trend is likely to pertain in the future. Well Established Animal Sector and the Presence of Food Safety Rules in the United States Spurring Market Growth

The Indian industry is projected to expand at a CAGR of 4.3% between 2023 to 2033.

Growing Demand for Animal Feed Additives Coupled with the Implementation of Stringent Food Safety Rules Driving the USA Market

The United States is a major user of fodder additives such as emulsifiers, vitamins, and enzymes. One of the main drivers of market demand is the presence of a well-established animal production industry along with tight food safety rules regarding the use of additives.

The ongoing clean label trend in the country when it comes to ingredients and additives used in the production of animal feed is predicted to stimulate the development of natural and microbial feed enzymes in the future. Under the DigeGrain brand, for example, Advanced Enzymes Technologies Ltd. offers a diverse range of proteases and carbohydrates.

The country is witnessing huge demand for feed additives like phytase enzymes. These feed additives are being used to improve digestion, increase the absorption of nutrients and enhance the immunity of animals and birds.

Owing to these factors, the USA market is anticipated to grow at a CAGR of 4.5% during the forecast period.

Industrial Style Production of Meat in the United Kingdom Driving the Growth of Feed Enzymes Market in the Country

Increase in Industrial Production of Meat Spurring Market Growth In the UK.

The increased demand for animal products in the United Kingdom is driving considerable supply-side improvements targeted at increasing livestock yields. New capital-intensive technologies have made it possible to produce chicken and pig meat in industrial-style production facilities across the country, even in areas where land is scarce. To improve efficiencies in the production process, improve feed conversion ratios, and increase animal muscle mass and protein content, industrial-scale livestock production makes optimal use of high-quality feeds fortified with enzymes

As more farmers choose industrial-scale livestock production, feed enzyme manufacturing must improve to meet the need for a high-quality compound feed from this broad production base. However, many governments' enabling policies are projected to go a long way toward preserving or increasing supply to meet demand. During the projected period, this is expected to increase the worldwide feed additives market.

The UK market is projected to reach a valuation of US$ 70.7 million by 2033.

Region North America
Country United States
CAGR 4.5%
Market Value (2033) US$ 423.9 Million
Region Europe
Country United Kingdom
CAGR 2.8%
Market Value (2033) US$ 70.7 Million
Region Asia Pacific
Country China
CAGR 4.3%
Market Value (2033) US$ 178.4 Million
Region Asia Pacific
Country India
CAGR 4.3%
Market Value (2033) US$ 80.4 Million
Region Asia Pacific
Country Japan
CAGR 2.3%
Market Value (2033) US$ 47.5 Million

Category-wise Analysis

Phytase Enzymes to Remain Highly Sought-After Feed Enzymes

The market is divided into four types: phytase, protease, carbohydrase, and others. Phytase is expected to hold the majority of the segment's market during the projection period, as it is chosen by the majority of animal feed manufacturers and livestock producers.

Phytase enzymes have gained huge popularity in animal feeds on account of their several advantages, including the highest activity at low pH, improved bone health, increased body weight gain, and improved digestive efficiency by breaking down indigestible phytic acid, which aids in the release of digestible phosphorus, calcium, and other nutrients that aid animal growth.

End Users Prefer Microorganism Based Feed Enzymes

The feed enzymes market is divided into three categories based on the source type: microorganisms, plants, and animals. During the forecast period, the microorganism segment is expected to be the most popular. Microorganisms are abundant and are ideal hosts for the production of stable and industrially relevant enzymes. In the production of animal feed, enzymes derived from microorganisms play an important role.

Key Players Focus on the Development of Nuanced Variants for Market Growth

Feed enzyme manufacturers are increasingly supplying specific feed enzymes to cater to the changing supplement needs of various animals. Key companies established in the feed enzymes market are focusing on specific animal groups, such as poultry, cattle, canines, and equines, and developing feed enzymes that deliver optimal outcomes. Additionally, producers strive to improve feed enzyme thermostability, effective administration, and performance. In the foreseeable future, this will continue to be a key factor driving feed enzyme sales.

Key Market Developments

Company Danisco Animal Nutrition
Details Danisco animal nutrition is a unit of IFF's Health & Biosciences division. It is primarily focused on producing innovative feed additives
Recent Developments In Malaysia and Australia, Danisco Animal Nutrition expanded its line of Extra PHY GOLD, the industry's best new phytase enzyme. In India, Axtra® PHY GOLD made its debut in 2020.
Company DSM N.V.
Details Koninklijke DSM N.V. is a Dutch multinational corporation. The company is a pioneer in the fields of nutrition and health. It has a presence across 50 countries and is headquartered at Heerlen
Recent Developments The second generation of ProAct 360, a game-changing protease, was released by the DSM with Novozymes Feed Enzymes Alliance. New protease technology used in the production of ProAct 360 for chicken addresses feeds efficiency and sustainability. This cutting-edge feed solution offers more dependable growth performance gains, better matrix values for important amino acids, and quicker action.
Company ADM
Details Archer-Daniels-Midland Company or ADM is an American multinational company engaged in the field of food processing
Recent Developments ADM is concentrating on creating Research and Development labs in the United States that directly serve joint development agreement-related activities. The companies involved in this collaboration share enzyme-producing strains to produce animal feed enzymes that enhance overall animal health.

Leading Startups to Lookout For

Start-up Company CapriEnzymes
Country India
Description CapriEnzymes is an Indian startup that harnesses biotechnology to produce innovative enzyme variants. These include enzymes for aquaculture feeds. Animal feeds as well as food and industrial enzymes. The company is committed to sustainable practices and producing environmentally safe products.
Start-up Company BRI
Country United States
Description BRI primarily focuses on research and development pertaining to sustainable feed enzyme additives. These are designed to foster animal health, and nutrition as a substitute for antibiotic alternatives.

Key Players

  • BASF SE
  • DuPont
  • Associated British Foods Plc
  • BEHN MEYER
  • DSM
  • Azelis S.A.
  • Rossari
  • BIO-CAT
  • BEC Feed Solutions
  • Adisseo
  • Bioproton Pty Ltd.
  • Novus International
  • BioResource International, Inc.,
  • Alltech
  • Lesaffre
  • Karyotica Biologicals Pvt Ltd.
  • Aum Enzymes
  • Biovet
  • Chr. Hansen Holding A/S
  • CapriEnzymes
  • Advanced Enzyme Technologies
  • Enzyme Innovation Lumis
  • VEMO 99 Ltd.
  • Novozymes

Feed Enzymes Market Segmentation

By Form:

  • Dry
  • Liquid

By Product:

By Source:

  • Microorganisms
  • Plants
  • Animals

By Animal:

  • Poultry
  • Ruminants
  • Swine
  • Aquatic Animals
  • Others (Equine & Pets)

By Region:

  • North America
    • US
    • Canada
    • Rest of North America
  • Latin America
    • Brazil
    • Argentina
    • Mexico
    • Rest of Latin America
  • Western Europe
    • Germany
    • UK
    • France
    • Rest of Western Europe
  • Eastern Europe
    • Russia
    • Spain
    • Rest of Eastern Europe
  • South Asia Pacific
    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • Malaysia
    • Thailand
    • Indonesia
    • South Korea
    • Rest of South Asia & Pacific
  • The Middle East & Africa
    • Gulf Cooperation Council Countries
    • Turkey
    • Israel
    • Rest of the Middle East & Africa
  • Rest of the World
    • Oceania
    • Africa
    • South America

Frequently Asked Questions

How Big will be the Feed Enzymes Market by 2033?

The feed enzymes market is estimated to reach US$ 1.8 billion by 2033.

Who are the Key Market Players?

BASF SE, DuPont, and Rossari are key market players.

What is the current market valuation?

The market is estimated to secure a valuation of US$ 1.2 billion in 2023.

What is the Growth Potential of this Market?

The growth potential of this market is 4.4% through 2033.

What Drives Sales of this Market?

Rising demand in the meat and dairy industry drives sales of this market.

Table of Content

1. Executive Summary | Feed Enzymes Market

    1.1. Global Market Outlook

    1.2. Demand-side Trends

    1.3. Supply-side Trends

    1.4. Technology Roadmap Analysis

    1.5. Analysis and Recommendations

2. Market Overview

    2.1. Market Coverage / Taxonomy

    2.2. Market Definition / Scope / Limitations

3. Market Background

    3.1. Market Dynamics

        3.1.1. Drivers

        3.1.2. Restraints

        3.1.3. Opportunity

        3.1.4. Trends

    3.2. Scenario Forecast

        3.2.1. Demand in Optimistic Scenario

        3.2.2. Demand in Likely Scenario

        3.2.3. Demand in Conservative Scenario

    3.3. Opportunity Map Analysis

    3.4. Product Life Cycle Analysis

    3.5. Supply Chain Analysis

        3.5.1. Supply Side Participants and their Roles

            3.5.1.1. Producers

            3.5.1.2. Mid-Level Participants (Traders/ Agents/ Brokers)

            3.5.1.3. Wholesalers and Distributors

        3.5.2. Value Added and Value Created at Node in the Supply Chain

        3.5.3. List of Raw Material Suppliers

        3.5.4. List of Existing and Potential Buyers

    3.6. Investment Feasibility Matrix

    3.7. Value Chain Analysis

        3.7.1. Profit Margin Analysis

        3.7.2. Wholesalers and Distributors

        3.7.3. Retailers

    3.8. PESTLE and Porter’s Analysis

    3.9. Regulatory Landscape

        3.9.1. By Key Regions

        3.9.2. By Key Countries

    3.10. Regional Parent Market Outlook

    3.11. Production and Consumption Statistics

    3.12. Import and Export Statistics

4. Global Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast, 2023 to 2033

    4.1. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Analysis, 2017 to 2022

    4.2. Current and Future Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Projections, 2023 to 2033

        4.2.1. Y-o-Y Growth Trend Analysis

        4.2.2. Absolute $ Opportunity Analysis

5. Global Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Product Type

    5.1. Introduction / Key Findings

    5.2. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Analysis By Product Type, 2017 to 2022

    5.3. Current and Future Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Analysis and Forecast By Product Type, 2023 to 2033

        5.3.1. Phytase

        5.3.2. Carbohydrase

        5.3.3. Protease

    5.4. Y-o-Y Growth Trend Analysis By Product Type, 2017 to 2022

    5.5. Absolute $ Opportunity Analysis By Product Type, 2023 to 2033

6. Global Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Form

    6.1. Introduction / Key Findings

    6.2. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Analysis By Form, 2017 to 2022

    6.3. Current and Future Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Analysis and Forecast By Form, 2023 to 2033

        6.3.1. Dry

        6.3.2. Liquid

    6.4. Y-o-Y Growth Trend Analysis By Form, 2017 to 2022

    6.5. Absolute $ Opportunity Analysis By Form, 2023 to 2033

7. Global Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Animal Type

    7.1. Introduction / Key Findings

    7.2. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Analysis By Animal Type, 2017 to 2022

    7.3. Current and Future Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Analysis and Forecast By Animal Type, 2023 to 2033

        7.3.1. Poultry

        7.3.2. Ruminants

        7.3.3. Swine

        7.3.4. Aquatic Animals

        7.3.5. Others

    7.4. Y-o-Y Growth Trend Analysis By Animal Type, 2017 to 2022

    7.5. Absolute $ Opportunity Analysis By Animal Type, 2023 to 2033

8. Global Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Region

    8.1. Introduction

    8.2. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Analysis By Region, 2017 to 2022

    8.3. Current Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Analysis and Forecast By Region, 2023 to 2033

        8.3.1. North America

        8.3.2. Latin America

        8.3.3. Western Europe

        8.3.4. Eastern Europe

        8.3.5. Asia Pacific excluding Japan

        8.3.6. Japan

        8.3.7. Middle East & Africa (MEA)

    8.4. Market Attractiveness Analysis By Region

9. North America Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Country

    9.1. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017 to 2022

    9.2. Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2023 to 2033

        9.2.1. By Country

            9.2.1.1.USA

            9.2.1.2. Canada

        9.2.2. By Product Type

        9.2.3. By Form

        9.2.4. By Animal Type

    9.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        9.3.1. By Country

        9.3.2. By Product Type

        9.3.3. By Form

        9.3.4. By Animal Type

    9.4. Key Takeaways

10. Latin America Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Country

    10.1. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017 to 2022

    10.2. Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2023 to 2033

        10.2.1. By Country

            10.2.1.1. Brazil

            10.2.1.2. Mexico

            10.2.1.3. Rest of Latin America

        10.2.2. By Product Type

        10.2.3. By Form

        10.2.4. By Animal Type

    10.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        10.3.1. By Country

        10.3.2. By Product Type

        10.3.3. By Form

        10.3.4. By Animal Type

    10.4. Key Takeaways

11. Western Europe Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Country

    11.1. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017 to 2022

    11.2. Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2023 to 2033

        11.2.1. By Country

            11.2.1.1. Germany

            11.2.1.2. Italy

            11.2.1.3. France

            11.2.1.4. UK

            11.2.1.5. Spain

            11.2.1.6. BENELUX

            11.2.1.7. Rest of Western Europe

        11.2.2. By Product Type

        11.2.3. By Form

        11.2.4. By Animal Type

    11.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        11.3.1. By Country

        11.3.2. By Product Type

        11.3.3. By Form

        11.3.4. By Animal Type

    11.4. Key Takeaways

12. Eastern Europe Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Country

    12.1. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017 to 2022

    12.2. Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2023 to 2033

        12.2.1. By Country

            12.2.1.1. Poland

            12.2.1.2. Russia

            12.2.1.3. Rest of Eastern Europe

        12.2.2. By Product Type

        12.2.3. By Form

        12.2.4. By Animal Type

    12.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        12.3.1. By Country

        12.3.2. By Product Type

        12.3.3. By Form

        12.3.4. By Animal Type

    12.4. Key Takeaways

13. Asia Pacific excluding Japan Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Country

    13.1. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017 to 2022

    13.2. Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2023 to 2033

        13.2.1. By Country

            13.2.1.1. China

            13.2.1.2. India

            13.2.1.3. Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

            13.2.1.4. Australia & New Zealand

            13.2.1.5. Rest of Asia Pacific excluding Japan

        13.2.2. By Product Type

        13.2.3. By Form

        13.2.4. By Animal Type

    13.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        13.3.1. By Country

        13.3.2. By Product Type

        13.3.3. By Form

        13.3.4. By Animal Type

    13.4. Key Takeaways

14. Japan Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Country

    14.1. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017 to 2022

    14.2. Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2023 to 2033

        14.2.1. By Country

        14.2.2. By Product Type

        14.2.3. By Form

        14.2.4. By Animal Type

    14.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        14.3.1. By Country

        14.3.2. By Product Type

        14.3.3. By Form

        14.3.4. By Animal Type

    14.4. Key Takeaways

15. Middle East and Africa Market Analysis 2017 to 2022 and Forecast 2023 to 2033, By Country

    15.1. Historical Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Trend Analysis By Market Taxonomy, 2017 to 2022

    15.2. Market Size Value (US$ Million) & Volume (MT) Forecast By Market Taxonomy, 2023 to 2033

        15.2.1. By Country

            15.2.1.1. Turkey

            15.2.1.2. South Africa

            15.2.1.3. Rest of Middle East and Africa

        15.2.2. By Product Type

        15.2.3. By Form

        15.2.4. By Animal Type

    15.3. Market Attractiveness Analysis

        15.3.1. By Country

        15.3.2. By Product Type

        15.3.3. By Form

        15.3.4. By Animal Type

    15.4. Key Takeaways

16. Key Countries Market Analysis

    16.1. USA

        16.1.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.1.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.1.2.1. By Product Type

            16.1.2.2. By Form

            16.1.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.2. Canada

        16.2.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.2.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.2.2.1. By Product Type

            16.2.2.2. By Form

            16.2.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.3. Brazil

        16.3.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.3.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.3.2.1. By Product Type

            16.3.2.2. By Form

            16.3.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.4. Mexico

        16.4.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.4.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.4.2.1. By Product Type

            16.4.2.2. By Form

            16.4.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.5. Germany

        16.5.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.5.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.5.2.1. By Product Type

            16.5.2.2. By Form

            16.5.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.6. Italy

        16.6.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.6.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.6.2.1. By Product Type

            16.6.2.2. By Form

            16.6.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.7. France

        16.7.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.7.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.7.2.1. By Product Type

            16.7.2.2. By Form

            16.7.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.8. UK.

        16.8.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.8.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.8.2.1. By Product Type

            16.8.2.2. By Form

            16.8.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.9. Spain

        16.9.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.9.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.9.2.1. By Product Type

            16.9.2.2. By Form

            16.9.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.10. BENELUX

        16.10.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.10.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.10.2.1. By Product Type

            16.10.2.2. By Form

            16.10.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.11. Poland

        16.11.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.11.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.11.2.1. By Product Type

            16.11.2.2. By Form

            16.11.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.12. Russia

        16.12.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.12.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.12.2.1. By Product Type

            16.12.2.2. By Form

            16.12.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.13. China

        16.13.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.13.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.13.2.1. By Product Type

            16.13.2.2. By Form

            16.13.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.14. India

        16.14.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.14.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.14.2.1. By Product Type

            16.14.2.2. By Form

            16.14.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.15. ASEAN

        16.15.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.15.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.15.2.1. By Product Type

            16.15.2.2. By Form

            16.15.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.16. Australia & New Zealand

        16.16.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.16.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.16.2.1. By Product Type

            16.16.2.2. By Form

            16.16.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.17. Japan

        16.17.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.17.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.17.2.1. By Product Type

            16.17.2.2. By Form

            16.17.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.18. Turkey

        16.18.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.18.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.18.2.1. By Product Type

            16.18.2.2. By Form

            16.18.2.3. By Animal Type

    16.19. South Africa

        16.19.1. Pricing Analysis

        16.19.2. Market Share Analysis, 2022

            16.19.2.1. By Product Type

            16.19.2.2. By Form

            16.19.2.3. By Animal Type

17. Market Structure Analysis

    17.1. Competition Dashboard

    17.2. Competition Benchmarking

    17.3. Market Share Analysis of Top Players

        17.3.1. By Regional

        17.3.2. By Product Type

        17.3.3. By Form

        17.3.4. By Animal Type

18. Competition Analysis

    18.1. Competition Deep Dive

        18.1.1. BASF SE

            18.1.1.1. Overview

            18.1.1.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.1.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.1.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.1.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.1.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.1.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.1.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.2. DuPont

            18.1.2.1. Overview

            18.1.2.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.2.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.2.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.2.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.2.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.2.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.2.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.3. Associated British Foods Plc

            18.1.3.1. Overview

            18.1.3.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.3.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.3.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.3.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.3.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.3.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.3.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.4. BEHN MEYER

            18.1.4.1. Overview

            18.1.4.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.4.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.4.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.4.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.4.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.4.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.4.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.5. DSM

            18.1.5.1. Overview

            18.1.5.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.5.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.5.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.5.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.5.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.5.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.5.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.6. Azelis S.A.

            18.1.6.1. Overview

            18.1.6.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.6.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.6.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.6.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.6.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.6.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.6.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.7. Rossari

            18.1.7.1. Overview

            18.1.7.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.7.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.7.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.7.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.7.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.7.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.7.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.8. BIO-CAT

            18.1.8.1. Overview

            18.1.8.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.8.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.8.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.8.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.8.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.8.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.8.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.9. BEC Feed Solutions

            18.1.9.1. Overview

            18.1.9.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.9.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.9.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.9.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.9.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.9.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.9.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.10. Adisseo

            18.1.10.1. Overview

            18.1.10.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.10.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.10.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.10.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.10.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.10.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.10.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.11. Bioproton Pty Ltd.

            18.1.11.1. Overview

            18.1.11.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.11.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.11.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.11.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.11.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.11.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.11.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.12. Novus International

            18.1.12.1. Overview

            18.1.12.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.12.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.12.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.12.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.12.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.12.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.12.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.13. BioResource International, Inc.

            18.1.13.1. Overview

            18.1.13.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.13.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.13.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.13.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.13.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.13.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.13.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.14. Alltech

            18.1.14.1. Overview

            18.1.14.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.14.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.14.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.14.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.14.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.14.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.14.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.15. Lesaffre

            18.1.15.1. Overview

            18.1.15.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.15.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.15.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.15.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.15.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.15.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.15.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.16. Karyotica Biologicals Pvt Ltd.

            18.1.16.1. Overview

            18.1.16.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.16.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.16.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.16.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.16.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.16.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.16.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.17. Aum Enzymes

            18.1.17.1. Overview

            18.1.17.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.17.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.17.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.17.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.17.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.17.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.17.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.18. CapriEnzymes

            18.1.18.1. Overview

            18.1.18.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.18.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.18.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.18.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.18.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.18.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.18.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.19. Advanced Enzyme Technologies

            18.1.19.1. Overview

            18.1.19.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.19.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.19.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.19.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.19.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.19.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.19.5.3. Channel Strategy

        18.1.20. Enzyme Innovation

            18.1.20.1. Overview

            18.1.20.2. Product Portfolio

            18.1.20.3. Profitability by Market Segments

            18.1.20.4. Sales Footprint

            18.1.20.5. Strategy Overview

                18.1.20.5.1. Marketing Strategy

                18.1.20.5.2. Product Strategy

                18.1.20.5.3. Channel Strategy

19. Assumptions & Acronyms Used

20. Research Methodology

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